How am I changing the world? How am I changing or inspiring the lives of the people around me? Have you ever asked yourself these questions before? Truth be told, not all of us will get to invent something that will help advance the lives of mankind. Not all of us will get to help mankind be an interplanetary species like Elon Must, or invent Asprin like Felix Hoffmann or invent electricity like Benjamin Franklin. Hell, not all of us will get to be Leonardo da Vinci. However, we should all strive to do something meanwhile to look back to as our greatest contributions during our lifetimes here on earth. Truth be told, most, if not all, of us reflect once in a while and seek to determine how we are contributing to the advancements of our lives and those of the people around us. This reminiscing is even more intense on our death beds if all written research about what people go through at their death bed is something to go by. At hobbytwin, we believe that we can all have easier times during this time if we had meaningful acts that we did in our lifetime to look back to. We believe that as human beings, we are not looking for the meaning of life more than we are looking for the feeling of being alive and that the best way to achieve this is through growing and giving. The most fulfilling feeling of all times is when you do something for a total stranger without expecting anything in return. We all want to grow so that we can give. At hobbytwin, we feel that if we gave a little chunk of our time, maybe volunteered it to neighbours’ kid who needs help with his homework, or maybe teach a fun skill to a neighbour without expecting anything in return, we can look back to these simple moments and find peace, fulfilment and tranquillity in our lives. We are only encouraging you to only teach your hobbytwin matches the skills or the activities that you find fun such as swimming, quilting, painting, baking, golfing, playing an instrument among your other hobbies. There is nothing more haunting than regretting not doing something you could have done when you had the time. Giving is not always in monetary terms: you can always donate your greatest resource on the planet; your time. There would be nothing more fulfilling at your death bed than knowing that you shared your greatest resource with your neighbours and/or your community helping advance the lives of the people around you even if it was just through your fun activities. Even if you don’t get to invent electricity, the telephone or starships taking people to other planets or other futuristic inventions, you can make your time on earth count by giving what you already know to your neighbours during our free time.
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